Caity Baser has announced a headline Dublin show
"Thanks For Nothing, See You Never Tour"
Academy Green Room
Sun 16th April 2023
Tickets €16.35 Incl. booking fee
Doors 8pm | Over 14's
After a month which has seen her included as mentioned as one of the most exciting artists to watch in 2023 by publications such as Rolling Stone, NME, and The Independent; Southampton-born pop singer Caity Baser has announced details of her upcoming Thanks For Nothing, See You Never Tour, which includes her debut Dublin show in the Academy Green Room on Sunday 16th April 2023.
Tickets €16.35 including booking fees on sale Friday 13th January at 10AM
Originating from Southampton but now located in Brighton – Caity Baser combines honest, no-holds-barred lyrics with lilting, catchy melodies resulting in uplifting pop songs with a real bite. Her lyrics are filled with British slang, often aimed squarely at those who have wronged her in her past.
Caity’s fanbase erupted late last year – literally overnight. After singing some lyrics and a melody she’d written over a jazz guitar loop and posting it on TikTok, she woke up to be greeted by over 1.2 Million likes of the video with it going viral. Fast forward to today and Caity Baser just can’t stop the lyrics and melodies from flowing. She has accumulated 4+ Million streams and sold out her first headline show in under 3 minutes.
Last summer, Caity’s performed at Reading & Leeds Festival which got noticed by NME who listed her as one of the Top 10 best new acts at the festival. She has been championed by Mollie King and Jack Saunders at Radio 1 and entered the UK Top 40 Charts with her biggest single ‘X&Y’. Last year also so Caity complete a sold-out 5 date headline tour.
For the Thanks For Nothing, See You Never Tour, Baser was determined to ensure tickets to her shows are as affordable and accessible to as many fans as possible. Baser, whose vast and ever-growing fan base includes large numbers of 16–20-year-olds, is well aware of the cost of living difficulties at a younger age - and indeed for all in today’s current climate - and so wanted to provide more opportunities for her fans to attend shows than she had.
“Growing up, going to a gig was something I wasn’t able to do that regularly. If I wanted to go to a concert/festival I would have to save up loads or wait until an occasion so I could ask my parents for it. I feel like now, being on the stage performing, I want to make gigs for everyone to come to as many times as they want because at the end of the day the most important thing to me is having them there” Baser said, “So for my tour I wanted to make sure tickets were affordable and available to all who want to come see me. Times are tough but music heals everyone and if I can help then I will no matter what”.
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